Reading Quiz 3

Reading Quiz 3 - Question 1 (1 point) Supplemental Reading...

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Question 1    (1 point) motivation for trying to shape the music that was played on stage as:  Student response: Student Response Answer Choices a. simple profit, which they shared w/the artists b. c. wanting to be famous  Score: 1 / 1   Question 2    (1 point) previous album. Which of the following is most likely to be the previous album that FIRST shows this level of sound experimentation?  Student response: Student Response Answer Choices a. Meet the Beatles b. Rubber Soul c. Let it Be d. Abbey Road  Score: 1 / 1   Question 3    (1 point) Garofalo, Chapter 6: In class we often mention the fact that in the 1950s, there were two separate kinds of popular  record ‘‘charts’‘ – the Top 40 Pop music charts, which reflected the success of recordings by mostly white artists,  impulse’‘ of the early Civil Rights movement. What was the result for African-American musicians?  Student response: Student Response Answer Choices a. The charts became dominated by African-American  groups b. Ironically, it was disastrous, because the British  Invasion bands completely dominated the charts c. finally it was true that the charts reflected equal  numbers of African-American musicians and white  musicians in the Top 100  Score: 1 / 1   Question 4    (1 point) Garofalo, Chapter 6: The author here makes the statement ‘‘…folk offered an alternative to rock’n’roll’s lyric vacuity
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[‘‘vacuity’‘ means empty-headedness], but folk could never supplant the more primal urges that rhythm and blues  and rock and roll had turned loose.’‘ In what way did Bob Dylan’s post-1965 music bridge that gap?  Student response: Student Response Answer Choices a. Dylan’s post-1965 music did not bridge that gap at all b. Dylan continued to display the standard acoustic  instrumentation of traditional folk music c. Dylan combined the serious, political lyric of folk music  with the electric instruments and hard-driving beat of  rock  Score: 1 / 1
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